Reporo Unleashes New Lineup of Gay Mobile Traffic

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LONDON — Adult mobile ad network Reporo.com announced today that it has added an extensive new roster of premium gay mobile publishers.

Mark Bower, Reporo's vice president of global gay markets, said, “Our focus is on building the world's best inventory of premium gay mobile traffic and we are very quickly developing a roster of premium gay publishers that are at the top of the Alexa rankings.

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“Our focus is on building the world's best inventory of premium gay mobile traffic and we are very quickly developing a roster of premium gay publishers that are at the top of the Alexa rankings," said Mark Bower, Reporo's vice president of global gay markets. "For our advertisers this will mean improved quality of traffic, better conversion rates and increased sales.

"As we continue to invest and build our dedicated gay mobile ad network, we are also building a volume and quality of gay traffic unequaled in our industry," he said. “Gay consumers are leading the way and consuming more and more content on their mobile devices.

Bower noted that research shows that over 68 percent of gay men have a smartphone and are more likely than other market segments to use those devices to consume adult content. 

"This is driving a surge in demand for gay mobile content and advertising, and Reporo is leading the way to meet that demand.”

Reporo, bringing together publishers with relevant advertisers in a blind CPC network, serves up to 25 billion impressions per month via banners, pop-unders, re-directs and offers targeting by geo, device, operator, OS and ISP.

Ranked as number 5 on the Sunday Times fastest growing technology companies.

The company, ranked No. 5 on the Sunday Times fastest-growing technology companies, has offices and divisions serving the E.U., South Africa, India, the Philippines, Latin America, Japan, the U.S. and the global gay market.

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